Tesla Model X P100DL Versus Bugatti Chiron – Video


The $3 million Bugatti Chiron is a record breaker.

It’s 16-cylinder engine boasts 1,500 hp and 1,180 pound-feet of torque. It scoots from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, 0 to 124 mph comes in only 6.5 seconds and its top speed is an astounding 261 mph.

3, 2, 1, Go!

Clearly then the lowly Tesla Model X P100DL is no match for this monstrous machine, or is it?

What the video shows is simply two speedometers timed to compare the acceleration of the Chiron (left speedo) and Model X (right speedo).

What you’ll notice is that the X seems to get the jump off the line, but quickly the Chiron’s sheer might overtakes the X. It all happens in the blink of an eye though, so it’s hard to catch the fact that the X jumps out to the early lead.

The Model S P100DL would hold the lead a bit longer, but the mighty Chiron would still prevail as speeds climb beyond double digits.

Video description:

“Bugatti Chiron VS Tesla Model X P100D // 0-200 km/h”

Bugatti Chiron

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8 Comments on "Tesla Model X P100DL Versus Bugatti Chiron – Video"

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Try again, this time at 100 kph. (60 mph.). You’ll see that a Tesla Model S , not a Tesla Model X; will win this race.

And do it with 5 peoples aboard!

You have clearly put two videos together for Bugatti. I’m not sure that a $3M car should get beaten to 100 kips by something half the horse power.

A two seater vs an SUV. Nice salad mix.

The Bugatti Chiron’s emissions figure is 516g/km of Co2; next THREE Veyrons top out the list of the highest Co2 car emissions.
Another proud RECORD for Bugatti.

With both speedo’s im km/h why do you need to change the text to mph ??

“but the mighty Chiron would still prevail as speeds climb beyond double digits”

So basically it will almost never happen legally on public roads.

So what? Is this important to the vast majority? I’ll probably never see a Bugatti in the flesh, big deal. Show me a car that makes maximum use of our finite resources and I’ll be impressed. The era of excess belongs in the past. Would rather a Nissan Leaf and spend the change on my kids education.